The Siren Dragons started a week late and had to start the season practicing in two groups due to COVID-19, but they are hitting their stride now after a big win against Frederic, 58-45.

The Tigers beat the Luck Cardinals by just two points on Friday night to keep them in second place in the Lakeland-West Conference behind rival Grantsburg.

Grantsburg Co-op Gymnasts competed in the River Falls Invitational on Saturday January 9.  It was not your normal invite with teams coming from all over Wisconsin and Minnesota, there was no March-in or festive activities as the Winter Wonderland March-in contest.  It was a meet that everyon…

The Webster girls team has been able to use their experienced seniors to start the season 4-1. That experience has helped with the various game situations the Tigers have found themselves in.

The Siren girls have an abundance of scoring options which has lead them to a 7-1 start this season. Their winning continued with a win over Frederic on Friday.

The Webster Tigers won their first game this season thanks to outstanding scoring performances by Mason Gustafson and Owen Washburn. The team plays another important conference game this week when they take on Frederic.

The Grantsburg Pirates lost the late-scheduled home opener to Cameron Comets due to turnovers and other unforced mistakes.

The Grantsburg Pirates defeated the Webster Tigers in a conference battle that lived up the hype. Both teams were evenly matched as the game went into halftime tied, but Grantsburg was able to prove out and get the win on the road.

The Webster Tigers headed to Somerset to kick off the boys basketball season. The Tigers had an excellent start to the game but fizzled out in the second half leading to a 36-64 loss in the opening game of the season.

The Pirates were set and ready to take on Spring Valley in the WIAA playoffs on Friday when the team received crushing news. Their season was ending because of a positive test from the team they played last week.

McDonell Central in Chippewa Falls will advance in the 8-player football playoffs after defeating the Siren Dragons 64-14.

On a snow covered field, the Webster Tigers kept up with Boyceville until the final play as the team was unable to convert a two-point conversion at the end of the game.

Grantsburg outplayed Durand in the first round of the WIAA playoff by holding an eight-point win Friday night.

In a season full of ups and downs for the Siren Dragons, the team’s season is still alive and they are headed to the playoffs for the second year in a row.

For the second year running, local volleyball teams were able to post a double-digit total of players that were recognized in all-conference selections in the Lakeland West for 2020.

Back on Aug. 15, James Collins of Danbury, got a hole-in-one at Fox Run Golf Course located in Webster. He used his Attack Wedge for the 101-yard shot on hole 8 on the regulation 9. Congratulations James!

The Siren Dragons were unable to play last week due to a mid-week cancellation of their game against Prairie Farm. They will now take on Three Lakes in Rhinelander on Saturday afternoon.

Grantsburg head coach Adam Hale admitted Hurley ‘deserved to win’ thanks to their big plays. The team will be working on having fewer mistakes when they play Ladysmith this Friday night.

The Tigers started strong Friday night, but still fell to Unity 38-7. This week they will wrap up their regular season with a trip to Hurley.

The Grantsburg Pirates started their Sectional run hosting the Marathon Raiders, and the first few minutes of the game started with an injury to Marathon’s libero. While chasing after a stray ball on the court, she hit her head on the brick wall and had to spend some time in the ER receiving…

The Siren Dragon’s volleyball season came to an end in their first Regional game against Clayton last Tuesday evening. They were able to win the third set against Clayton, but unfortunately came up short in the end, leaving with a final score of 1-3.

Before the Tigers volleyball team had to take on the Pirates in the regional finals, they first had to defeat Shell Lake in the semi-finals on Thursday night. They played the game at home and managed to win another 3-0 match-up.

The Dragons struggled to keep up with Shell Lake Friday night. The Lakers scored early and often in the 60-14 win over Siren.

The Grantsburg Pirates volleyball team faced off against the Webster Tigers (who they are co-conference champions with) on Saturday in the Regional finals game. They played all five sets, with each set having a close score. After some hard work, the Pirates were able to pull through and brin…

After four quarters, Webster and Rib Lake/Prentice were tied at 14-14. The Tigers needed just a few more minutes to pick up a victory in overtime.

The Grantsburg Pirates and Hurley Northstars were ready to play on Friday night when the crowd noticed their were no referees present.

Youth football in Grantsburg wrapped up last Saturday, October 10, with over 60 kids participating in grades 1-6. In the 5th and 6th grade division, the Black team took home the flag football championship.

The Grantsburg Pirates scored early and often against the Unity Eagles which lead to a big victory. Now Grantsburg prepares to meet the only undefeated team in the Lakeland conference this Friday against Hurley.

The Siren Dragons picked up their first victory on the road against the Frederic Vikings. The Dragons struggled to get going in the first half but were able to leave with a decisive victory 40-22.

After suffering a loss from the Webster Tigers last Tuesday night, it tied the Grantsburg Pirate’s Volleyball record- they both only lost one game during the season, from each other. The Pirates then went on to play Clear Lake Thursday Night and Shell Lake on Saturday, winning both games and…

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After beating an undefeated Grantsburg team last Tuesday night, tying up their records, the Webster Tigers volleyball team traveled to play the Luck Cardinals and the Siren Dragons. After winning both match-ups, the Tigers and the Grantsburg Pirates both finished the season with an 8-1 recor…

Siren head coach Ryan Karsten was glad to see his team on the field Friday night.

The Webster Tigers volleyball team continued their win streak as they won four more games last week. The tigers took on Frederic, Unity, Clayton and Clear Lake.

The Paynesville team came to Grantsburg as the two-year Minnesota AA runner up. They came to town and were able to take advantage of mistakes by the Pirates and go home with the win.

The Siren Dragons volleyball team are back to playing and rescheduling some missed volleyball games after the high school had to close down for two weeks due to Covid. The girls played Luck for their first game back on Thursday and played Shell Lake and Grantsburg on Saturday, making their t…

The Pirates volleyball team took on the Vikings for a second time Thursday night and came away with a 3-0 win.

Gage Rossow returned an interception for a touchdown in the first quarter and the Webster Tigers never looked back in their first win on the road this season against conference foe Flambeau.

Juniors Will Gerber and Chase Doornink took first and second at the Unity Cross Country Invitational in Balsam Lake. The boys team took first place with seven runners at the invite.

The Pirate’s volleyball team finished off last week with two more intense conference matches, totaling three in one week. They took on undefeated Webster on Tuesday at home and traveled to Unity on Thursday, taking a win both times remaining undefeated. The final score in both games was 3-1.

The Webster Tigers volleyball team received their first loss in an away game against the Grantsburg Pirates last Tuesday night. Their final score was 1-3.

After some uncertainty and a slight delay Friday night football is back in Burnett County. The opening game of the weekend was a major conference match-up between Grantsburg and Webster.

10-year-old Will Estridge harvested his first bear while hunting with his father, Bill Estridge, and grandfather, Rick Estridge. His grandfather drew a harvest tag and passed it down to Will through the Wisconsin Bear Hunters Mentoring Program.

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Webster Cross Country has had three meets this year, including their home race at Sand Green Country Club. Coach Roy Ward says his team is working hard and getting back into the swing of things.